Starring: Arjun Rampal, Kareena Kapoor, Kajol, Nominath Ginsberg, Aachal Munjal, Diya Sonecha
The Earths depleting environment is a cause of concern for a lot of us. Automobile companies are trying to make more efficient engines, people are trying to conserve energy and Karan Johar is trying to create more water. How? By trying to make you cry more of course. Maya (Kajol) and Aman (Rampal) are leading a happy life with their kids Aleya (Munjal), Ankush (Ginsberg) and Anjali (Sonecha). Maya and Aman have separated but the kids live with Maya. Yet, they are extremely attached to their father and cant imagine a life without him. Shreya (Kapoor) is Aman's girlfriend whom he tries to introduce to the family. The kids hate her cause they think she is stealing their father from them and Maya hates her cause Shreya hates the kids for hating her. Relations start souring amongst all the hate and the once happy family is all set to become the most unhappy family. Boring, sad and depressing are words one can associate with this movie. Performances are sad and weak and a complete washout. Karan Johar has successfully managed to tarnish his reputation by making a movie that might have appealed to the family-centric audience 10 years back but looks heavily out of place in today's world. Yes, you might wet your eyes but not due to heart-rendering emotions but due to boredom which leads to excessive yawning. One more thing, why did he shoot the entire movie in USA when the location has got absolutely no relevance to the plot? A Bollywood remake of Step-Mom.
Thumbs up: Nothing
Thumbs down: Performances, plot, too much of melodrama